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Old 09-22-2016, 01:41 PM   #1
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1989 34' Limited. Fresh water / pump side bath

Recently removed fresh water tank to ease repairs to grey pipe failures next to tank. Leaks repaired, tank back in place BUT?? 4 connections on tank 1) largest on top City water add to tank from access on side of trailer 2) Very bottom with valve. Drain tank feature. 3) long ( 1' ) line goes straight up to above tank top ??? 4) "L" connection on very top tank ??? Got 1 & 2 figured real quick. 3) inlet to pump or ??? 4) Tank vent to let air escape as tank is filled ??? Please advise. Many Thanks

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Old 09-22-2016, 02:06 PM   #2
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4 is air vent for sure. 3 if it comes from near bottom of tank goes to pump inlet.

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Old 10-17-2016, 08:08 PM   #3
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I'm preparing to remove my freshwater tank from my 86 Limited 34'. I too have grey poly plumbing leak above the tank. The lines from from the street side bath, under the floor but on top of the tank, and then back up to the curb side galley.

Any particular watch outs on dropping the pan and removing the tank? I can remove the pump inlet, I haven't figured out how to remove the tank fill hose or tank vent line, and I had already replaced the fresh water drain valve on the bottom of the tank.

Your experience welcome...

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